Results 1–20 of 214 for speaker:Craig Tracey

Health and Social Care: Sport: Public Health (19 Jun 2018)

Craig Tracey: What recent assessment he has made of the public health benefits of participation in sport.

Health and Social Care: Sport: Public Health (19 Jun 2018)

Craig Tracey: As the Minister may be aware, I co-chair the all-party parliamentary group for golf—a sport sometimes labelled, rather unfairly, a good walk spoiled. Does he agree that there are many positive health benefits associated with participation in golf, especially for people with long-term conditions?

Exiting the European Union: Topical Questions (14 Jun 2018)

Craig Tracey: Can the Minister confirm that, as the UK will be able to sign free trade agreements during the implementation period, we will have taken control of our trade and so will be able to enjoy all the benefits that that offers from March 2019?

Written Answers — Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs: Flood Control: Expenditure (12 Jun 2018)

Craig Tracey: To ask the Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, what proportion of the £700 million allocated in Spring Budget 2016 to boost spending on flood defences and resilience funded by the 0.5 per cent rise in Insurance Premium Tax has been (a) allocated and (b) spent.

Oral Answers to Questions — Justice: Topical Questions (5 Jun 2018)

Craig Tracey: Does the Minister agree that greater use of release on temporary licence for work placements can play a significant role in helping inmates to transition back into society and, crucially, reduce reoffending rates?

Oral Answers to Questions — Home Department: Immigration (4 Jun 2018)

Craig Tracey: What steps he is taking to implement a fair, effective and sustainable immigration system.

Oral Answers to Questions — Home Department: Immigration (4 Jun 2018)

Craig Tracey: In recent months we have seen a squeeze on doctors’ ability to come to this country to fill vital roles in our NHS. What steps are the Government taking to ensure that we can access the skills that are needed while ensuring that our immigration system becomes sustainable?

Oral Answers to Questions — Work and Pensions: Universal Credit: Household Debt (21 May 2018)

Craig Tracey: Could the Minister confirm whether, under universal credit, claimants are more likely to be in work within six months than they were under jobseeker’s allowance?

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements (16 May 2018)

Craig Tracey: Yesterday we had the fantastic news that real wages are rising, which, combined with the threshold where people now begin to pay tax, will mean people in North Warwickshire and Bedworth keep more of the money they earn and have more money in their pockets. Will the Prime Minister join me in welcoming this good news, and does she agree that we need to keep backing our workers and great local...

Breast Cancer Screening (2 May 2018)

Craig Tracey: I thank the Secretary of State for his statement. As co-chair of the all-party parliamentary group on breast cancer, I know that his Department takes breast cancer seriously, so the Secretary of State and the ministerial team will no doubt be as disappointed as I am that the statement was necessary today. However, will he set out what the women affected need to do and, importantly, what...

Assaults on Emergency Workers (Offences) Bill: Assaults on police constables (27 Apr 2018)

Craig Tracey: I am delighted to speak in this debate, and I thank all Members who have contributed, particularly those who have tabled amendments. I have listened carefully, and I sympathise with many of the points that have been raised, particularly on extra support for police officers and the issue of spitting. I look forward to the Minister’s comments. I am sure that we all agree that assault on...

Financial Guidance and Claims Bill [Lords]: Unsolicited direct marketing: other consumer financial products etc (24 Apr 2018)

Craig Tracey: First, I should like to declare an interest as the current chair of the all-party parliamentary group on insurance and financial services. I welcome the Bill, because it will tackle some of the important issues that my constituents talk about. It includes a commitment to ban cold calling relating to pensions and to the creation of a single financial guidance body—an SFGB. I know that...

Oral Answers to Questions — Justice: Prison Officer Recruitment (24 Apr 2018)

Craig Tracey: What progress his Department is making on recruiting 2,500 new prison officers.

Oral Answers to Questions — Justice: Prison Officer Recruitment (24 Apr 2018)

Craig Tracey: I thank my right hon. Friend for that answer and commend him for the work that he has done on recruitment. Can he confirm when we can expect to see the new officers on the landings?

Business of the House (29 Mar 2018)

Craig Tracey: On Tuesday I was delighted to host, along with my hon. Friend the Member for Nuneaton (Mr Jones) and the Sikh Channel, a “Respect the Turban” event here in Parliament. It was fantastic to see many right hon. and hon. Members hearing of its significance. Sadly, the event was required due to a recent mindless attack on a Sikh gentleman outside Parliament. Will my right hon. Friend...

Oral Answers to Questions — Work and Pensions: Universal Credit Roll-out (26 Mar 2018)

Craig Tracey: I recently visited jobcentre staff in Bedworth to see how universal credit was helping my constituents. I was delighted to hear of encouraging examples of success, including one claimant who had been helped into work within weeks. Under the previous system, she would have waited months to get the same help. Does this not show that universal credit is acting faster to transform lives?

NHS Staff Pay (21 Mar 2018)

Craig Tracey: I welcome the announcement, and it was great to see the Secretary of State meeting staff at my excellent local hospital, the George Eliot, recently. What will be particularly welcomed is the hugely progressive nature of this deal, with its focus on the lowest paid. What exactly does it mean for those at the very bottom of the pay scale?

Corporate Governance and Insolvency (20 Mar 2018)

Craig Tracey: I welcome this announcement. As a former business owner myself, I have seen the impact, particularly on small businesses, of large companies becoming insolvent. Does the Minister agree that it is crucial that we protect the small businesses and employees in the supply chain?

Health and Social Care: GP Services (20 Mar 2018)

Craig Tracey: What steps he is taking to increase the capacity and availability of GP services.

Health and Social Care: GP Services (20 Mar 2018)

Craig Tracey: It is great to see that record numbers of medical students are going into general practice this year, but far too many GPs are choosing to retire and leave the NHS when they are in their 50s because of tax penalties on their pension scheme. Does the Minister agree that we need to address that situation so that experienced GPs are not penalised for staying in the NHS?


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